Hotel Palais de Chaillot
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... to be admired. As is usual the other building we wanted to see on Ile de Citie was closed, the usual French farce. The other buildings are now part of The Working Palace of Justice ( law courts) and we saw many young barristers in their black silk robes coming to and fro as we sat inside there out of the hot sun. We walked back to our accommodation, stopping at an outdoor cafe (LouLou) which turned out to be American-style fare, for a late lunch. Then back to the hotel to ...
I wake up at 6.30 to a beautiful morning going up the Eiffel Tower today so off we go to line up, up we go the 1st level was pretty high but we were going to the top of the tower we get to the top and it says that we are 376 metres off the ground, so we hang out up there for about 1hr and then we caught the tour bus and we just finished ...
... ethnic groups? Sans doute. But we didn't feel any in the streets. (And thank goodness, we didn't experience any of the anti-Semitic demonstrations that had taken place a few days earlier in one of the suburbs of Paris.)
And finally, every evening after we'd walked our feet off and eaten our fill, Avi and I returned to our little "garret in the Marais" - a tiny room at the very top of a 4-floor walk-up, looked out over the ...
... was dear. After visiting the basilica, we headed back to the apartment. We had arranged for a car service with Carey International (www.carey.com) to take us to the Charles de Gaulle airport and had warned them about our oversized luggage. They showed up with a mini-bus that could have easily accommodated a dozen people, and that was just fine with us. We made it to the airport with plenty of time to spare and took our EasyJet flight to Barcelona.
Today was mostly a free "explore the city" day. There was continental breakfast in the lobby. My mother went down and came back with an assortment of way to much bread, an apple and a banana. I have had bread at EVERY meal since I arrived in Paris. I think the French eat a ton of carbs to keep their energy levels up, because all they do is walk. Paris is filled with thin, fluffy haired people, in skinny jeans. I've never seen anything like it. It's a movement or something, ...